In my years of investing, I have found one particular source of capital to be the ultimate for both you and your money partner when doing a private loan.
Author Matt Faircloth
Everyone strives for the 2% rule, but I have rarely seen it achieved. Let’s break down the 2% rule to show what cap rate & COC return you’ll be looking for.
The best way to keep your rentals profitable is to keep them full with great tenants. So what is a great tenant and how do you attract them?
In today’s video, I talk about what I’ve learned by expanding outside our local area into more regional investments. These lessons could make or break you!
These days, it seems like everyone wants to invest in multifamily. But what sized multi should you focus on? The truth is, there are pros and cons to both.
Today, I am going to take a stab at one of the questions that goes around a lot. Should you get a new LLC every time you buy a property?
When considering reasons for low cash flow, you’re likely to think about unit vacancy or utilities. But there’s another factor that most take for granted
A 1031 is a vehicle through which you can sell rental real estate and roll all the gains into a new purchase. Sound good? Let’s go into detail.
Are you ready to move on to bigger, more profitable deals? Learn to speak to potential money partners like a pro by anticipating their questions.
We often hear complaints from investors about working with contractors. But what would a contractor have to say about real estate investors?
Investing with your family’s money: good source of capital or disaster waiting to happen? Avoid potential issues and keep everyone happy with these tips.
The BRRRR strategy (buy, rehab, rent, refinance, repeat) is easily one of the best ways to build a portfolio. Get the refinance part down with these tips.
Generally, raising your multifamily property’s value is a long process. Still, there is some low-hanging fruit every investor should take advantage of.